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Brock T. Strom

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Background Information

Employment History

All-America


Member of the First Class

Air Force Academy


Offensive Lineman and Captain

Air Force Academy


Captain of Undefeated Football Team

Air Force Academy


Director of Engineering

Global


Tackle

HickokSports.com


Captain

USAFA Online


Member, Faculty

Arizona State


Web References(25 Total References)


All-America Teams | Walter Camp Football Foundation

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T - Brock Strom, Air Force


www.gazette.com

- Brock Strom, Colorado Springs resident, Class of 1959 at Air Force Academy, captain of Air Force Academy's undefeated 1958 football team.
Strom served in Air Force from 1959 to 1976 and retired as colonel.


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www.gazette.com [cached]

Brock Strom arrived in Colorado in 1955 as a member of the first class at the Air Force Academy , which was holding classes at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver until the campus in Colorado Springs was completed in 1958.In the Pikes Peak region , Peterson Field was growing , now home to the Air Defense Command.The population was about 111 , 800.Strom , the military school's first all-American in football in 1958 , always felt welcome in the Springs , a small town bordered on the north by Garden of the Gods Road.The main thoroughfare to the academy's gate was Highway 85/87.Interstate 25 through town was still a dream.Strom fell in love with the city and returned to the Pikes Peak region four years ago.Now he teaches math at the academy as a civilian.


www.gazette.com

Moss will be joined by Alan Cockrell, Bob Johnson, Brock Strom, Amy Van Dyken and the 1956 Colorado Springs High football team.Strom, a former offensive lineman and captain at Air Force, led the 1958 Falcons to a 9-0-2 record.He played four years for Air Force and won Academic All-American laurels.He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1985.


www.gazette.com

The six inductees - Alonzo Babers, Bob Beckel, John Clune, Chad Hennings, Michelle Johnson and Brock Strom - will be inducted during a dinner ceremony Oct. 19 at The Broadmoor hotel. Strom, a '59 graduate, was the captain of AFA's undefeated football team in '58 and later directed the development of the Air Force Space Defense System.


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